Pay Gap — Margo Price

February 23, 2020 LaTashia Williams

Honey, I work so hard for my moneyAnd I leave my babies at homeBreaking my backTrying to bring home a checkWorking my fingers to the boneThat the end of the day feels like a gameOne I was born to loseIn [ . . . ]

Student Loan Debt Relief

February 21, 2020 Brian V. Lee

Student loan debt in America just keeps growing and now totals $1.6 trillion. As CNBC reports, hardly anyone is paying down their loans. Only 51 percent of borrowers who took out loans from 2010-12 have made any progress at all [ . . . ]

Come And Get It — Badfinger

February 17, 2020 Brian V. Lee

If you want it, here it is, come and get itMake your mind up fastIf you want it, anytime, I can give itBut you’d better hurry ’cause it may not last Did I hear you sayThat there must be a [ . . . ]

7 Ways to Stop a Foreclosure Sale Fast

February 14, 2020 Brian V. Lee

If you have a foreclosure auction scheduled, then you must act fast. Here are the top seven ways to stop a foreclosure sale fast. Reinstatement. Mortgage reinstatement is your first and best option when facing foreclosure. When you reinstate your [ . . . ]

Living in Washington DC is Expensive

February 12, 2020 Brian V. Lee

In 2019, for the first time ever, the number of personal income tax filers in Washington DC who reported earning $100,001 or more topped any other income group. As reported by the Washington Business Journal, the District of Columbia had [ . . . ]

Money Talks — Rick James

February 9, 2020 Brian V. Lee

When you’re out walkingAnd money’s talkingJust stop and listenTo what’s it’s saying Don’t need a dollarTo be a scholarDrop all your moneyAnd don’t you holler When you hold the cashAnd the doughAnd those greenback dollars goMoney’s walking, money’s walking People [ . . . ]

Money — 5 Seconds of Summer

February 3, 2020 Brian V. Lee

Black jeans, white tees, black ConverseYou know she gets it rightBlue hair, blue eyes, I saw herI couldn’t help it, I was likeI wanna be in the gameI wanna know your middle nameIf we can go, it won’t be the [ . . . ]